PRA

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PRAPhysician's Recognition Award (AMA)
PRAProgressive Retinal Atrophy
PRAPostdoctoral Research Associate (various organizations)
PRAPrudential Regulation Authority (UK)
PRAPaperwork Reduction Act of 1995
PRAParticipatory Rural Appraisal
PRAProbabilistic Risk Assessment
PRAPolitical Research Associates
PRAPacifica Radio Archives (North Hollywood, CA)
PRAPublic Records Act (California)
PRAProfessional Rodeo Association (various locations)
PRAPlasma Renin Activity
PRAPhysical Review A (American Physical Society journal of atomic, molecular, and optical physics)
PRAPharmaceutical Research Associates (various locations)
PRAPubblico Registro Automobilistico (Italy)
PRAPatent Reform Act of 2011
PRAParallel Routing Algorithms
PRAPhysical Record Address
PRAProgrammable Resistor Array
PRAPermission Role Assignment
PRAPublic Remote Access
PRAPre Release Agreement
PRAPortfolio Recovery Associates (Norfolk, VA)
PRAProject Risk Analysis (various organizations)
PRAPurported Responsible Address
PRAPrimary Rate Access
PRAPanel Reactive Antibody (blood testing)
PRAPopular Rotorcraft Association
PRAProbabilistic Risk Analysis
PRAPoker Runs America (boating trips)
PRAParental Rights Amendment
PRAPaint Research Association (UK)
PRAPresidential Records Act of 1978
PRAProperty Rights Alliance
PRAPetrol Retailers Association (UK)
PRAPeace River Arch (Canada)
PRAPacific Racing Association (various locations)
PRAPermanent Resident Alien
PRAPolicy Research and Analysis
PRAParticipatory Rural Assessment
PRAPreliminary Risk Assessment
PRAPersonal Responsibility Agreement (social security)
PRAPatient Record Architecture
PRAPest Risk Assessments (USDA subsidiary)
PRAPlan de Reprise d'Activités (French: Plan Takeover Activity)
PRAProfessional Research Assistant
PRAPersonal Reemployment Account
PRAPhoton Research Associates, Inc.
PRAPortfolio Risk Assessment (USACE)
PRAPremium Reimbursement Arrangement (health insurance)
PRAPunk Rock Aerobics
PRAPre-Retirement Association
PRAProperty Reserve Analysis
PRAPlanned Regulatory Action
PRAProject Review Authority
PRAPanel for Regulatory Accountability
PRAPost-Release Analysis
PRAPublic Restroom Anxiety (behavioral disorder)
PRAProbability of Raid Annihilation
PRAPay Readjustment Act of 1942
PRAPrivileged Resource Architecture
PRAPatient Reporting Activity
PRAParticular Risk Analysis
PRAPropagation Research Associates
PRAPlatte River Associates, Inc (Colorado)
PRAReserve and Auxiliary Division (US DoD)
PRAPrenatal Risk Assessment
PRAParti pour le Renouveau Algerien
PRAParabolic Reflector Antenna
PRAParticipatory Research and Analysis
PRAParallel Retrograde Analysis
PRAPullet Rearers Association (UK)
PRAPolarization Rotation Angle
PRAProgressive Refinement Approach (algorithm)
PRAPark and Recreation Area
PRAProgram Review Authority
PRAPersonal Refund Authority
PRAPay Record Accessibility
PRAPrimary Retinal Atrophy
PRAPersonal Responsibility Act of 1995
PRAPlutonium Recycle Acid
PRAPrinciple Research Areas (CLIVAR)
PRAProduct Reliability Analysis
PRAProduct Release Authorization
PRAPost Refit Analysis
PRAProduction Readiness Assessment
PRAPrimary Reviewing Authority
PRAProduction Rate Approval
PRAPacket Resource Assignment
PRAProcess Amplifier Assembly
PRAPersistent Ranging Algorithm
PRAPerception-Reason-Action (artifical intelligence)
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Citing the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, SPI maintained that the action would impose an undue paperwork burden on the plastics industry, while providing no significant protection against terrorism.
However, at the same time that this requirement takes effect, agencies are also required to comply with the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, a law that requires agencies to reduce the paperwork burden on the public by 25%.
It found that 44 percent of the sites surveyed collect personally identifiable information, and only 35 percent of those notify the user how such information will be used or under what authority it is requested, even though that is often required by such laws as the Privacy Act of 1974 and the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995.
In the wake of the federal Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, many state and local governments have gone to electronic storage of records, and some have begun to post materials on the Internet.
When President Clinton signed the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, he said he wanted to conquer a mountain of paperwork that was "crushing our people and wasting a lot of time and resources." While recent efforts to reduce paperwork have been laudable, they are not enough, according to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
I am pleased to be here today to discuss S.650, the Economic Growth and Regulatory Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995. The Board welcomes its introduction and supports its purpose of relieving costs imposed on our nation's banking system by governmental regulation when those costs are not offset by corresponding benefits to the safety and soundness of our nation's financial institutions, the protection of bank customers, or the availability of credit.